Area Corn Crops Much Taller than "Knee High"

By: Al Knox Email
By: Al Knox Email

“Knee High by the 4th of July”, but an Marathon County farmer says his corn crop is much taller than that already.

Greg Zoromski from Zoromski Farms in Hatley says they'll hopefully be ready to open their corn maze to the public by the end of September. This is the third year the family has designed corn maze. Last year, the family used the Honor Flight logo and collected a portion of the proceeds to give to the Honor Flight program. This year St. Jude's Hospital will be the recipient of the unique fundraiser.

Zoromski say the St. Jude's logo was in place shortly after planting the 10-acre field by using herbicides.

The farm is located R9339 County Road Q in Hatley.

Click here to view last year's corn maze.


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